Dash Reporting began in 2012 in Edmonton, Alberta. Since then we have grown to provide services locally as well as internationally. Our team of court reporters are professionally trained in many areas of reporting from questionings for discovery to Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta criminal jury trials to real-time arbitrations. Our reporters are all active members of the Alberta Shorthand Reporters Association.
Lindsey Byrt, CSR(A)
Lindsey graduated from the Captioning & Court Reporting program at NAIT in 2012. Since graduating, Lindsey has worked as a freelance reporter for several court reporting firms in Alberta. She has also had the opportunity to report trials throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
Recently she has started travelling to Asia to cover international arbitrations. Lindsey also enjoys teaching the current court reporting students at NAIT in their continuing education classes during the summer.
Lindsey is currently a council member with the Alberta Shorthand Reporters Association. She is also bilingual in French and English.
Michelle Michaud, CSR(A)
Michelle graduated with honours from NAIT’s Legal & Realtime Reporting program in 2004. Upon graduation, Michelle began her career in Toronto and Ottawa covering a variety of jobs which included time working in the Senate.
Michelle then made her way to Australia and eventually to South East Asia where she has worked as an in-house reporter, as well as a travelling reporter, for the past ten years. She has reported everything from High Court proceedings to US depositions to international arbitrations in Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, among others. Michelle is experienced in realtime proceedings involving multiple parties and accents.
Michelle is fluently bilingual in French and English. She currently divides her time between Edmonton and Vancouver. She is an active member of the National Court Reporters Association.